MUN’s Microwave Meals

Reporters: Timothy Parsons & Modeline Longjohn Eating on campus can be a bit difficult at times. Despite all the cafes, fast food eateries, and cafeteria, it can get bland and repetitive after a while. It’s great to break up the…

Renter’s Insurance — what you need to know and why you should look into it

For those of you who rent or are thinking about renting a house or apartment, have you ever considered what would happen to your belongings if something was to happen to your living space? If there was a flood, a…

Birds of Prey Review

The first in a long line of superhero movies releasing in 2020 has arrived. After the events in 2016’s Suicide Squad, criminal Harley Quinn, played by Margot Robbie, has ended her relationship with The Joker and must now find out…

Sustainable Study: The Nature of Online Learning

Reporter: Daniel L. Wilde We don’t often think of online learning in terms of environmental sustainability. There is every reason not to see this type of study as green. Particularly for the younger among the student population, the act of…

Student Survival Guide: Winter Edition

It’s time to accept it: Winter is upon us, accompanied by hot chocolate, presents, the never-ending litany of Christmas music and a shivery cold. While there are a lot of wonderful things about winter, and especially about the Christmas holidays…

Zombieland: Double Tap

It’s not often that a cult classic movie gets a sequel. Movies like Scott Pilgrim vs The World and Napoleon Dynamite has such a unique tone and visual style when compared to blockbusters, that to recreate such a feeling would…

Living With Yourself – A Delightful Reality Check

I started (and subsequently finished) Netflix’s new series Living With Yourself this weekend, while I laid around, suffering with strep throat. I had never been a huge fan of Paul Rudd, but the premise of the show lead me having…

Student Survival Guide: Keeping a Budget

We’ve all been there. Getting $50 worth of Domino’s delivered because you’ve had a long day and want to pig out? Blowing another $50 on a night at George Street because it’s Friday and hey, what else would you be…

Elections Canada: What the Youth has to Say

The upcoming Canadian elections have shed a significant amount of attention on the political scene in the country. With all the debates, leaked information and dug-up dirt from the past, it is fair to say that the atmosphere is quite…

Students Can’t Afford Scholarships

One of the most prominent causes of student stress is undoubtedly student debt. Between rent, tuition, basic living expenses, and transportation, students are consistently worried about the money they’re spending. Yes, we get the option of scholarships, but for how…